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David G. Myers Hope College Holland, Michigan 49422-9000 Phone: 616-395-7730 E-mail: [email protected]; Web: davidmyers.org

PERSONAL INFORMATION Born September 20, 1942 in Seattle, Washington Graduated from Seattle Public Schools: Queen Anne High School, 1960 Married to Carol Peterkin Myers, 1963 Children: Peter (1965), Andrew (1970), Laura (1976) HIGHER EDUCATION Whitworth College, B.A. (major in chemistry), 1964 University of Iowa, M.A., 1966; Ph.D., 1967 (psychology) PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT Hope College 1967 - Assistant Professor 1970 - Associate Professor 1975-present - Professor 1983-2007 - John Dirk Werkman Professor of Psychology Other Professional Experience: Visiting scholar, Universität Mannheim (Germany), summer, 1974 Visiting scholar, University of St. Andrews (Scotland), 1985-1986 HONORS AND AWARDS B.A., magna cum laude Fellowships: 1964-1965: U.S. Public Health Service Traineeship in Social Psychology 1965-1967: National Science Foundation Cooperative Graduate Fellowship 1967-1968: National Science Foundation Teaching Intern, Hope College Gordon Allport Intergroup Relations Prize, 1978, by the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (a division of the American Psychological Association). (For a paper summarizing ten years of research on group influence.) Distinguished Service Award, Holland Jaycees, 1972 (for chairing Holland Human Relations Commission and helping found Holland's Community Action House) H.O.P.E. Award, 1972 (Hope's Outstanding Professor-Educator, voted by senior class) Hope College commencement speaker, 1974 (invitation of senior class) Fellow, American Psychological Association, 1979 (Divisions 1, 2, 8, 9, 36) Fellow, Association for Psychological Science, 1989 Fellow, American Association of Applied and Preventive Psychology, 1992 Doctor of Humane Letters, Northwestern College (Iowa), 1987

Doctor of Humane Letters, Whitworth College, 1989 John Templeton Foundation Humility Theology Prize, 1992, for an article ("Steering Between the Extremes: On Being a Christian Scholar within Psychology") pertinent to "the spiritual significance of new discoveries in the sciences." Distinguished Service Award (hearing loop project), Holland Chamber of Commerce, 2002 Family award (for community contributions), Comm unity Foundation of Holland-Zee land, 2002 Keynote speaker, Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology, 2008 (national gathering of chairs of psychology graduate programs) Doctor of Humane Letters, Central College (Iowa), 2009 Good Shepherd Award (with Carol Myers), Resthaven Care Comm unity, 2010 Honorary Trustee, American Psychological Foundation, 2010Professor Extraordinary, University of the Free State, South Africa, 2010-2013 Honored scientist, Federation of Associations in Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2010 Award for Service on Behalf of Personality and Social Psychology, Society of Personality and Social Psychology, 2010 Presidential Award, American Academy of Audiology, 2011

RESEARCH GRANTS 1968-1969: National Institute of Mental Health - "The Enhancement of Initial Tendencies in Discussion" ($3,650) 1970-1972: National Science Foundation - "Group Discussion Effects on Responses" ($16,000) 1972-1974: National Science Foundation - "Differential Responses to Group Discussion" ($30,100) 1974-1977: National Science Foundation - "Attitudinal Effects of Exposure to Others' Attitudes" ($28,100) 1976-1977: National Science Foundation - "Behavior and Belief: An Integration and Application of Social Psychology" ($9,400) CONSULTING Consulting Editor Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 1978-1987 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1986-1990 Journal of Positive Psychology, 2005– Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2008- (advisory board) Reviewer, panelist, and Biological and Behavioral Sciences Oversight Review Committee, National Science Foundation Manuscripts also reviewed for Psychological Bulletin, Bulletin of Personality and Social Psychology, Christian Scholar's Review, Perspectives in Science and Christian Faith, Social Psychology Quarterly, Human Relations, Journal of Research in Personality, American Psychologist, National Institute of Mental Health, and the Canada Council

Reviewer/consultant for General Psychology Video Teaching Modules, edited from "The Brain" and "The Mind" (PBS Series produced by WNET and adapted for class use by Frank Vattano, Colorado State University) COLLEGE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENTS Hope College Director of Educational Research, 1969-1971 Chair, Department of Psychology, 1971-1974 Chair, Faculty-Staff Division of $32 million Campaign for Hope Elective Positions: President's Advisory Committee, 1972-1974 Administrative Affairs Board, 1972-1974 Faculty Status Committee, 1973-1975 Academic Affairs Board, 1976-1978 Professional Interests Committee, 1977-1979 Board of Trustees, 1983-1985 Whitworth College Board of Trustees, 1995Chair, Trustee Academic Affairs Committee, 1996Presidential search committee, 2009-2010 Holland Community First Presbyterian Church - elder, teacher, council chair Holland Human Relations Commission - vice-chair, chair Community Action House - founding member, Board of Directors Hope Church - elder, chair of pastor search, teacher

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John Templeton Foundation and Templeton World Charity Foundation Board of Trustees, 1998-2004, 2005-2011 Search committee for Senior Vice-President Audit Committee

INVITED LECTURES (compiled only from 1979 to mid 1990s) include: John G. Finch lectures, Fuller Seminary Graduate School of Psychology, 1979 Convocation addresses, Bethel College, 1979 International Symposium for Group Decision Making, West Germany, 1979 Invited address, American Psychological Association convention, 1979 Artist-Lecture Series, Mt. Vernon Nazarene College, 1980, 1992 Dennis L. Cherlin Memorial Psychology Lecture, Yale University, 1980 Lecture, Yale Divinity School, 1980 Research colloquium, Harvard University, 1980 Staley Lecturer, Northwestern College, 1981 Onas Scandrette Lectures, Wheaton College, 1981, 1993 3

Keynote address, Colleges of Mid-America Behavioral Sciences Conference, 1982 Plenary address, Evangelical Press Association convention, 1982 Convocation address, Whitworth College, 1982 Keynote addresses, Christian Association for Psychological Studies convention, 1985, 1989, 1994 Research colloquium, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, 1986 Lecture, Annual conference of the Victoria Institute, London, 1986 Keynote lectures, American Scientific Affiliation convention, 1986 Addresses to Christian College Coalition National Psychology Faculty Conference, 1986 Staley Lectures, Westmont College, 1987 Research colloquium, University of Washington, 1987 Commencement address, Whitworth College, 1989 Ronald Nelson Lectures, Northwestern College, 1989 Address, Texas Community College Teachers Association, 1990 Address, National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, 1990 G. Stanley Hall Lecture, American Psychological Association Convention, 1991 Keynote address, Eastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, 1991 Keynote address, Minnesota Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, 1991 Keynote address, Nebraska Wesleyan Psychology Fair, 1991 Lecture, Meredith Publishing Corporation staff, 1992 President's Invited Address, Southwestern Psychological Association, 1992 Lecture/workshop, The Learning Annex, New York City, 1992 Keynote addresses, Mid-America Teaching of Psychology Conference, 1992 Onas Scandrette Lecture, Wheaton College, 1992 Keynote addresses, Great Plains Undergraduate Psychology Conference, 1993 Atheneum Lecture, Claremont McKenna College, 1993 Keynote, Pine Rest National Conference on Faith and Well-Being, 1993 Invited address, Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, 1994 Templeton Lectures in 5 cities, 1994-1995 Keynote, Teaching of Psychology conference, College of DuPage, 1994 Keynote, Middle Tennessee Psychological Association, 1994 Keynote, Christian Association for Psychological Studies Convention, 1994 Keynote, BYU Health Psychology Conference, 1994 Invited address, Southeastern Psychological Association, 1995 University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Psychological Society, 1995 National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, 1996 Keynote, Western Pennsylvania Undergraduate PsychologyConference, 1996 Smithsonian Lecturer, co-sponsored by APA and AAAS, 1997 Caryn Weiss Distinguished Lecturer in Psychology, Cornell University, Fall 1997, 1998 Harvard Medical School Continuing Education conferences, 1997-1999 Ohio State University psychology colloquium, 1998 Christian Association for Psychological Studies convention keynote, 1998 Iowa Psychological Association convention keynote, 1998 4

Other invited talks at Acquinas College, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Calvin College, Andrews University, Drake University, Iowa State University, Vincennes University (Indiana), University of Texas at San Antonio, Johnson County (Kansas) Community College, Grand Valley State University, Fifth U.S. Army Chaplain Training School, McGraw-Hill and Worth Publishers National Sales Meetings, Douglas College (British Columbia), Association of Scottish Professors and Heads of Psychology Departments, State of Michigan Activity Therapy Conference, Indiana State University, East Carolina University, Central College, Geneva College, Covenant College, Trinity Christian College, Dordt College, Air Force Academy, Alverno College, Albion College, Nebraska Wesleyan, University of Western Ontario, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Defiance College, Huntington College, Furman University, Goshen College, Bloomsburg University, Northern Virginia Community College, Auburn University, and talks to church, corporate, and Hope College-related groups. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Psychological Association Association for Psychological Science American Association for the Advancement of Science Society of Experimental Social Psychology Midwestern Psychological Association Christian Association for Psychological Studies American Scientific Affiliation Sigma Xi Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues JOURNAL ARTICLES (excluding book reviews) Myers, D. G., & Arenson, S. J. (1968). Stimulus factors in conformity. Journal of Social Psychology, 76, 37-41 Radinsky, T. L., & Myers, D. G. (1968). The influence of an advantaged third person on collaboration in a prisoner's dilemma game. Psychonomic Science, 13, 329-330. Serum, C. S., & Myers, D. G. (1970). Prejudice and perceived belief dissimilarity. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 30, 947-950. Serum, C. S., & Myers, D. G. (1970). Note on prejudice and personality. Psychological Reports, 26, 65-66. Murdoch, P., Myers, D. G., & Smith, G. F. (1970). Information effects on cautious and riskyshift items. Psychonomic Science, 20, 97-98. Myers, D. G., & Bishop, G. D. (1970). Discussion effects on racial attitudes. Science, 169, 778-779. Myers, D. G., Murdoch, P., & Smith, G. F. (1970). Responsibility diffusion and drive enhancement effects on risky-shift. Journal of Personality, 38, 418-425. Myers, D. G., Wong, D. W., & Murdoch, P. (1971). Discussion arguments, information about others' responses, and risky-shift. Psychonomic Science, 24, 81-83. 5

Myers, D. G., & Bishop, G. D. (1971). Enhancement of dominant attitudes in group discussion. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 20, 386-391. Myers, D. G., & Murdoch, P. (1972). Is risky-shift due to disproportionate influence by extreme group members? British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 11, 109-114. Myers, D. G., & Arenson, S. J. (1972). Enhancement of dominant risk tendencies in group discussion. Psychological Reports, 30, 615-623. Myers, D. G. (1973). Summary and bibliography of experiments on group-induced response shift. JSAS Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 3, 123. Myers, D. G., Schreiber, B. J., & Veil, D. J. (1974). Effects of discussion on opinions concerning illegal behavior. Journal of Social Psychology, 92, 77-84. Myers, D. G. (1974). Interpersonal comparison processes in choice dilemma responding. Journal of Psychology, 86, 287-292. Bishop, G., & Myers, D. G. (1974). Informational influence in group discussion. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 12, 92-104. Myers, D. G., Bach, P. J., & Schreiber, B. V. (1974). Normative and informational effects of group interaction. Sociometry, 37, 275-286. Myers, D. G., & Bach, P. J. (1974). Discussion effects on militarism-pacificism: A test of the group polarization hypothesis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 30, 741-747. Myers, D. G., & Lamm, H. (1975). The polarizing effects of group discussion. American Scientist, 63, 297-303. (Reprinted in I. L. Janis, ed., Current Trends in Psychology, William Kaufman, 1977.) Myers, D. G. (1975). Discussion-induced attitude polarization. Human Relations, 28, 699714. Myers, D. G., & Bach, P. J. (1976). Group discussion effects on conflict behavior and selfjustification. Psychological Reports, 38, 135-140. Myers, D. G., & Kaplan, M. F. (1976). Group-induced polarization in simulated juries. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2, 63-66. Lamm, H., & Myers, D. G. (1976). Machiavellianism, discussion time, and group shift. Social Behavior and Personality, 4, 41-48. Lamm, H., Myers, D. G., & Ochsmann, R. (1976). On predicting group-induced shift toward risk or caution: A second look at some experiments. Psychologische Beitrage, 18, 288-296. Myers, D. G., & Lamm, H. (1976). The group polarization phenomenon. Psychological Bulletin, 83, 602-627. Myers, D. G., Wojcicki, S. B., & Aardema, B. S. (1977). Attitude comparison: Is there ever a bandwagon effect? Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 7, 341-347. Myers, D. G. (1978). Polarizing effects of social comparison. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 14, 554-563. Myers, D. G., Bruggink, J. B., Kersting, R. C., & Schlosser, B. A. (1980). Does learning others' opinion? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 6, 253-260.

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Myers, D. G., Osterman, K., Picha, K., Schack, L., & Wood, N. L. (1982). So you thought you knew-it-all-along. Replications in Social Psychology, 2, 53-54. Myers, D. G. (1985). Text writing at an undergraduate college. Resources in Education (ERIC #ED248764). Swim, J., Borgida, E., Maruyama, G., & Myers, D. G. (1989). Joan McKay vs. John McKay: Do gender stereotypes bias evaluations? Psychological Bulletin, 105, 409-429. Myers, D. G. (1989, Spring). Guaranteed winner demonstrations for introductory psychology. Network, pp. 6-7. Myers, D. G. (1989). Organizational and integrative issues in the introductory psychology course. Network, 7(1), 7-8, 15. Myers, D. G. (1991). Union is strength: A consumer's view of meta-analysis. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 17, 265-266. Myers, D. G. (1992). A quarter century professing psychology: Lessons I have learned. Contemporary Social Psychology, 16, 44-49. Myers, D. G., & Diener, E. (1995). Who is happy? Psychological Science, 6, 10-19. (reprinted in Annual Editions: Social Psychology 97/98; digested in Frontier Issues in Economic Thought: Vol. 3, Human Well-Being and Economic Goals, ed. Neva Goodwin).31-32. Myers, D. G., & Diener, E. (1997). La poursuite scientifique du bonheur. Revue Quebecoise de Psychologie, 18(2), 13-28. Myers, D. G., & Diener, E. (1997, August). The new scientific pursuit of happiness. Harvard Mental Health Letter, 4(2), 4-7. Myers, D. G., & Waller, J. (1999). Reflections on scholarship from the liberal arts academy. American Psychologist, 54, 358-361. Myers, D. G. (2000). The funds, friends, and faith of happy people. American Psychologist, 55, 56-67. Myers, D. G. (2000, March 7). Feeling good about Fredrickson’s positive emotions. P r e v e n t i o n & T r e a t m e n t , 3 http://journals.apa.org/prevention/volume3/pre0030002c.html Myers, D. G. (2001). Political and economic theory meet social psychology. (Review of Robert E. Lane’s The loss of happiness in market democracies.) Contemporary Psychology. Myers, D. G. (2001, March/April). Resolving the American Paradox. The Los Angeles Psychologist, pp. 13-14. Myers, D. G. (2001, December). Do we fear the right things? APS Observer, p. 3. Myers, D. G. (2003). Review of Michael Shermer’s How we believe: The search for God in an age of science. Contemporary Psychology, 48, 459-461. Myers, D. G. (2003, Spring). Thirty-five years professing psychology: Lessons I have learned. Dialogue (Society of Personality and Social Psychology Newsletter), pp. 2629. Myers, D. G. (2003). The social psychology of sustainability. World Futures, 59, 201-211. Myers, D.G. (2005). Comment on “Goodbye justice, hello happiness: Welcoming positive psychology to the law.” Deakin Law Review, 10(1), 27-31. 7

Myers, D. G. (2005, March). Teaching tips from experienced teachers. APS Observer. (Reprinted in Lessons Learned: Practical Advice for the Teaching of Psychology, Vol III. Washington, DC: Association for Psychological Science.) Myers, D. G. (2005). Affirming psychological science—for students, teachers, and the larger world: An interview with David G. Myers, Teaching of Psychology, 32, 276-280. Myers, D. G. (2005, November). Psychological science meets the world of faith. APS Observer, pp. 14, 17-18. Myers, D. G. (2007, Winter). Do what you feel, maybe: The powers and perils of relying on intuition. In Character, pp. 30-39. Myers, D. G. (2007). Un équilibre individu—Communauté pour le bonheur du plus grand nombre (Balancing individuality and community for a better life, trans. Léandre Bouffard). Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 28, 143-157. Myers, D. G. (2007). Costs and benefits of American corporate capitalism. Psychological Inquiry, 18, 43-47. Myers, D. G. (2007). Teaching psychological science through writing. Teaching of Psychology, 34, 77-84. Myers, D. G., an interview with J. Babutzke, R. S. Bannon, KI. Stephenson, & R. L. Miller (2008). In pursuit of big ideas: An interview with David Myers. Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 13, 34-37. Myers, D. G. (2008). In pursuit of big ideas: Interview with David Myers, by J. Babutzke, R. Bannon, & K. Stephenson, Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 13, 35-38. Myers, D. G. (2009). Using new interactive media to enhance the teaching of psychology (and other disciplines) in developing countries. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 4, 99-100. Myers, D. G. (2010, Spring). Population secularity and individual religiosity predict human flourishing. Psychology of Religion Newsletter, 34(4), 1-2. Myers, D. G. (2010, May). Changes in psychological science: Perspectives from textbook authors: David Myers. Observer (Association for Psychological Science), pp. 18-19. Myers, D. G. (2010). Intuition’s powers and perils. Psychological Inquiry, 21, 371-377. (A similar version appeared as The Powers and Perils of Intuition in Intuition and Decision Making, proceedings of the Bial Symposium, Behind and Beyond the Brain. Porto, Portugal: Bial Foundation.) Diener, E., Tay, L., & Myers, D. G. (2011). The religion paradox: If religion makes people happy, why are so many dropping out? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101, 1278-1290.. BOOK CHAPTERS Lamm, H., & Myers, D. G. (1978). Group induced polarization of attitudes and behavior. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 11. New York: Academic Press, pp. 145-195. Myers, D. G. (1982). Polarizing effects of social interaction. In H. Brandstätter, J. H. Davis, & G. Stocker-Kreichgauer (Eds.), Group Decision Making. London: Academic Press, pp. 125-161. 8

Myers, D. G. (1983). A new look at pride. In C. W. Ellison (Ed.), Your Better Self. San Francisco: Harper & Row. Myers, D. G. (1984). Social psychology and Christian faith. In M. Jeeves (Ed.), Behavioural Sciences: A Christian Perspective. Leicester, England: InterVarsity Press. (Reprinted in S. L. Jones, Ed., Psychology and the Christian Faith: An Introductory Reader. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1986). Myers, D. G. (1991). The mystery of the ordinary. In H. N. Malony (Ed.), Psychology of Religion: Personalities, Problems, Possibilities. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, pp. 407-412. (Reprinted from Psychology Through the Eyes of Faith, by Myers and Jeeves.) Myers, D. G. (1997). Professing psychology with passion. In R. J. Sternberg (ed.), Teaching introductory psychology: Theory and practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Myers, D. G. (1998). Money and misery. In R. Clapp (ed.), The consuming passion: Christianity and the consumer culture. Downer's Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. Myers, D. G. (1998). Forward to James Waller’s Face to face: The changing state of racism across America. New York: Plenum. Myers, D. G. (1999). Close relationships and quality of life. In D. Kahneman, E. Diener, & N. Schwarz (eds.), Well-Being: The foundations of hedonic psychology. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Myers, D. G. (1999). Accepting what cannot be changed. In W. Wink, Homosexuality and Christian faith: Questions of conscience for the churches. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress. Myers, D. G. (2000). Hope and happiness. In J. Gillham (ed.), The science of optimism and hope. Radnor, PA: Templeton Foundation Press. Myers, D. G. (2000). Wealth and well-being. In R. Stannard (ed.), God for the 21st Century. Radnor, PA: Templeton Foundation Press. Myers, D. G. (2000). The American paradox. In G. J. Van Wylen (ed.), K-12 education: cultural and community. Grand Rapids: Van Andel Education Institute. Myers, D. G. (2000). Sexual orientation and science. In L. Polaski (ed.), Rightly dividing the word of truth. Baptist Peace Fellowship and Alliance of Baptists. Myers, D. G. (2000). A levels of explanation view. In E. L. Johnson & S. Jones (eds.), Psychology and Christianity: Four Views. Downer’s Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. Myers, D. G. (2000). The psychology of humility. In R. L. Herrmann (ed.), Ten scientists consider humility theology. Radnor, PA: Templeton Foundation Press. (Reprinted in Light of Consciousness, Spring/Summer, 2006.) Myers, D. G. (ed.) (2000). Scientific American Psychology Reader. New York: Scien9

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tific American and Worth Publishers. Myers, D. G. (2001). The supply side of television. In D. Eberly (ed.), Building a healthy culture: Strategies for an American cultural renaissance. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. Myers, D. G. (2002, Summer). Human intuition: The brain behind the scenes. Cerebrum, 4(3), pp. 100-113. (Appeared January, 2003). Myers, D. G. (2003). Wealth and happiness: A limited relationship. In D Doherty and A. Etzioni (ed.), Voluntary simplicity. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. Myers, D. G. (2003). Foreword. In W. Damon, Noble purpose. Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press. Myers, D. G. (ed.) (2004). Psychology reader. New York: Scientific American. Myers, D. G. (2004). Human connections and the good life: Balancing individuality and community in public policy. In A. Linley, P. A. Linley, & S. Joseph, Positive psychology in practice. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Myers, D. G. (2005). Psychological science and spiritual pursuits. In C. L. Harper, Jr. (ed.), Spiritual information: 100 perspectives. Radnor, PA: Templeton Foundation Press. Myers, D. G. (2005). Professing psychology with passion: Lessons I have learned. In B. Perlman, L. McCann, & W. Buskist (eds.), Voices of experience: Memorable talks from the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Society. Also adapted as D. G. Myers (2006), Passionate teaching and lessons learned. In G. D. Oster (ed.), Life as a psychologist: Career choices and insights. Westport, CT: Praeger. Myers, D. G. (2005). Teaching tips from experienced teachers: Advice for introductory psychology. In D. S. Dunn & S. Chew (eds.), Best practices in teaching introductory psychology. Matawah, NJ: Erlbaum. Adapted and reprinted in B. Perlman, L. I. McCann, & S. H. McFadden (eds.), Lessons learned, Vol 3: Practical advice for the teaching of psychology. Washington, DC: Association for Psychological Science, 2008. Myers, D. G. (2006). The social psychology of sustainability. In E. Laslo & P. Seidel (eds.), Global Survival: The challenge and its implications for thinking and acting. New York: SelectBooks Myers, D. G. (2006). Positive psychology in pursuit of individual and societal wellbeing. In M. Jeeves (ed.), Human nature at the millennium. Royal Society of Edinburgh, pp. 318-332. Myers, D. G. (2006). Introduction. In M. Jeeves (ed.), Human nature at the millennium. Royal Society of Edinburgh, pp. 297-299. Myers, D. G. (2007). The powers and perils of intuition. In S. Della Salla (ed.), Tall 10

tales about the brain: Separating fact from fiction. London: Oxford University Press. Myers, D. G. (2007). Psychology of happiness. Scholarpedia, 2(8):3149 (scholarpedia. org). Myers, D. G. (2007). A marriage option for all. In J. Brockman (ed.), What is your dangerous idea? New York: Harper Perennial, pp. 95-96. Myers, D. G. (2008). Religion and human flourishing. In M. Eid & R. Larsen (eds.), The science of subjective well-being. New York: Guilford, pp. 323-343. Myers, D. G. (2008). Bolstering a Career: The supports and satisfactions of networking. In A. Kracen & I. Wallace (eds.), Applying to graduate school in psychology: Advice from successful graduate students and prominent psychologists. Washington, DC: APA Books, pp. 146-149. Gunz, A., & Myers, D. G. (2008). Social psychology. In W. A. Darity (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition, vol. 7, pp. 608-611. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale (MacMillan Reference USA). Myers, D. G. (2008). Determined and free. In J. Baer, J. C. Kaufman, & R. Baumeister (eds.), Are we free? Psychology and free will. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 32-43. Myers, D. G. (2008). Will money buy happiness? In S. Lopez (ed.), Positive psychology: Exploring the best in people. Vol. 4: Pursuing human flourishing. New York: Greenwood, pp. 37-56. Myers, D. G. (2009). Real psychological science, real faith. In R. J. Berry (ed.), Real scientists, real faith. Oxford: Monarch. Myers, D. G. (2009). Inexpensive interactive customizable e-texts for worldwide use. In J. Brockman (ed.), What will change everything? New York: Harper Perennial. Myers, D. G. (ed.) (2009). Psychology Reader to Accompany Psychology by David G. Myers. New York: Scientific American. Myers, D. G. (2010). Foreword. In S. Koger & D. N. Winter, The Psychology of Environmental Problems, 3rd edition. London: Taylor and Francis. Myers, D. G. (2010). Group polarization. In J. Levine & M. Hogg (eds.), Encyclopedia of group processes and intergroup relations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Myers, D. G. (2010). A levels of explanation view. In E. L. Johnson(ed.), Psychology and Christianity: Five Views, 2nd edition. Downer’s Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. Myers, D. G. (2010). The ten commandments of happiness. In L. Bormans (ed.), The world book of happiness. Tielt, Belgium: Lannoo Uitgeverij. Myers, D. G. (2011). The social animal. In M. Jeeves (ed.), Rethinking human nature. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, pp. 206-223. 11

Myers, D. G. (in press). Religious engagement and well-being. In J. Vittersø (ed.), Oxford handbook of happiness. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Myers, D. G. (in press). Sexual orientation, marriage, and students of faith. In D. S. Dunn, J. C. Wilson, R. A. R. Gurung, & K. Naufel (Eds.) Hot topics: Best practices in teaching controversial issues in psychology. Washington, DC: APA Books. Myers, D. G. (in press). Foreword. In B. Dik et al. (Eds.), Purpose and meaning in the workplace. Washington, DC: APA Books. Myers, D. G. (2012). Self-serving bias. In J. Brockman (ed.), This will make your smarter. New York: Harper Perennial. Stoner, J. A. F., & Myers, D. G. (in press). Group polarization and the risky shift. In E. H. Kessler, Encyclopedia of Management Theory. GENERAL INTEREST MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER ARTICLES Myers, D. G., & Ludwig, T. (1978, October 24). Let's cut the poortalk. Saturday Review, pp. 24-25. (Reprinted in several newspapers and magazines.) Myers, D. G. (1979, March). How groups intensify decisions. Human Nature, pp. 34-39. (Reprinted in Annual Editions: Psychology 80/81, 81/82 and in Readings in Social Psychology.) Myers, D. G., & Ridl, J. (1979, August). Can we all be better than average? Psychology Today, pp. 89, 95-98. (Reprinted in readings books.) Myers, D. G. (1979, October 14). Do we all have a superiority complex? Wonderland Magazine (Grand Rapids Press), p. 34. Myers, D. G., & Ridl, J. (1981, February/March). Aren't all children gifted? Today's Education (General Edition), pp. 30-33. (Reprinted by Chicago Tribune, Education West, Annual Editions: Educational Psychology 82, Target Magazine, Career Guidance Service; digested by Psychology Today.) Myers, D. G. (1981, August). The psychology of ESP. Science Digest, pp. 18-19. Ludwig, T., & Myers, D. G. (1982-1983, Winter). Staying up in a down economy. JD Journal, p. 13. Myers, D. G. (1983, December 4). Be skeptical of psychic's claims. Wonderland Magazine (Grand Rapids Press), pp. 33-34. Myers, D. G. (1984, April 8). As in basketball, so in life. Wonderland Magazine (Grand Rapids Press), p. 37. Myers, D. G. (1985). Don't be so negative. JD Journal, 14, 27. Myers, D. G. (1991, January 11). Don't all children have gifts? Education Weekly, back page. Myers, D. G. (1992, July/August). The secrets of happiness. Psychology Today, pp. 3812

45. Myers, D. G. (1992, July 15). Understanding happiness. Bottom Line: Personal, pp. 910. Myers, D. G. (1992, October 15). Here's how to get much more satisfaction at work . . . and play. Bottom Line: Personal, pp. 9-10. Reprinted in Health Confidential, February, 1993, pp. 5-6. Myers, D. G. (1993, July/August). Pursuing happiness. Psychology Today, pp. 32-35, 66-67. Myers, D. G. (1994, July/August). Interview on happiness. Psychology Today, pp. 3537. Myers, D. G., & Diener, E. (1996, May). The pursuit of happiness. Scientific American, pp. 54-56. Myers, D. G., & Diener, E. (1997, September-October). The science of happiness. The Futurist, pp. 1-7 (insert). Reprinted in Current, November, 1997, pp. 3-7. Myers, D. G. (1997). Does economic growth improve human morale? Enough! (published by Center for a New American Dream), 1, 1-3. Myers, D. G. (2000). The disconnect between wealth and well-being: It’s not the economy, stupid. The Edge World Question Center (www.edge.org/3rd_culture/story/54.html) Myers, D. G. (2000). Wealth, well-being, and the new American dream. www.newdream.org/newsletter/pdf/wellbeing.pdf. Center for the New American Dream. Abbreviated version in Enough!, Summer, 2000, pp. 5-6. Reprinted in Radical Grace, January-March, 2003, p. 14 and in America: A Reader (Stuttgart: Reclam). Myers, D. G. (2000, May/June). Toward a more positive psychology. Psychology Today. Myers, D. G. (2000, June 29). Resolving the American paradox. USA Today (online edition). Available at www.davidmyers.org/paradox. Reprinted in The Responsive Community, Winter, 2000/2001, and abbreviated version in The Detroit Free Press. Myers, D. G. (2001, December 14). Fearing the wrong things. Scripps Howard News Service Op-Ed Commentary. Myers, D. G. (2002, November/December). The powers and perils of intuition. Psychology Today, pp. 42-52. Myers, D. G. (2002). The power of coincidence. Skeptic, 9, p. 28 (also distributed to 20,000 e-mail list). Myers, D. G. (2003, January). Gut instinct? Prediction, pp. 72-73. Myers, D. G. (2003). Do we fear the right things? Skeptic, 10, 56-57. Myers, D. G. (2004, March 9). It’s the mundane stuff that kills. Los Angeles Times op13

ed essay (also distributed by LA Times/Washington Post News Service). Myers, D. G. (2004, April 19). Son más felices los ricos? La Vanguardia (Spain), p. 23. Myers, D. G. (2004, Summer). Feeling blue? Imagine, pp. 10-11. Myers, D. G. (2004, Summer). The secret to happiness. Yes!, pp. 13-16. Myers, D. G. (2004, August 27). Seemed like a good idea and still does. Los Angeles Times op-ed essay on dissonance reduction and presidential politics. Myers, D. G. (2004, September). What are the main trends in psychology? Psychology: New Age (in Russian for Russian national psychology magazine). Myers, D. G. (2005, January 10). Survival instincts beat the desire to be happy: The David Myers interview. Outlook, p. 58. (National news magazine of India.) Myers, D. G. (2005). Scientific pursuit of happiness. Innovation, 5(3), 32-33. (National University of Singapore magazine) Myers, D. G. (2006, August 22). Intuition or intellect? Los Angeles Times, p. B13 (also distributed by LA Times News Service). Myers, D. G. (2007). Pursuing happiness. Psychology Teacher Network, 17(1), pp. 1, 8. Myers, D. G. (2007, July/August). The powers and perils of intuition. Scientific American Mind, pp. 22-31. Myers, D. G. (2008, March 28). The tribes of March. Los Angeles Times, p. A21. Myers, D. G. (2008). Happiness interview (translated into Korean). Ostium, vol. 1: Marriage door: Becoming, growing, loving, living, pp. 167-169. Myers, D. G. (2009, February 20). The complicated relationship between religiosity and social well-being. The Chronicle of Higher Education, p. 22. Myers, D. G. (2009, April 20). Please, pay attention. Wall Street Journal, p. A13. Myers, D. G. (2009, August 28). Bridging the gay-evangelical divide. Wall Street Journal, p. W11. Myers, D. G. (2009, in press). Interview with Chris Koch. Eye on Psi Chi. Myers, D. G. (2009, November 24). In business, it is better not to rely on intuition (translation from Russian). www.e-xecutive.ru/knowledge/worldtoplist/1190088/ Myers, D. G. (2009, November). The power of intuition (translation from Russian). Kadrovy menedzhment (Human Resource Management), pp. 66-68. Myers, D. G. (2010, Spring/Summer). Leading with grace and truth. Whitworth Today, pp. 6-7. Myers, D. G. (2011, February). Zuczuciem do przeczuƒ (trans: With a feeling of foreboding). Charaktery Magazyn Psychologiczny (Polish psychology magazine interview), pp. 24-27. Myers, D. G. (2011, December). Paradoksy religijnoÑci (trans: Paradoxes of Religion). Charaktery Magazyn Psychologiczny (Polish psychology magazine interview), pp. 14

44-45. HEARING ASSISTANCE ARTICLES Myers, D. G. (2001/2002, Winter). Interpreting responses. Hearing Health, pp. 20-24. Myers, D. G. (2002, February). Do you hear what I hear? Church Herald. Myers, D. G. (2002). www.hearingloop.org Myers, D. G. (2002, Summer). Getting hard of hearing people “in the loop.” Mi-SHHHiganian (Michigan Self Help for Hard of Hearing People), pp. 1,2. Myers, D. G. (2002, July/August). Why don’t more people wear hearing aids? Advance for Audiologists, pp. 36-40. Myers, D. G. (2002, September). The coming “audio coil” revolution. The Hearing Review, pp. 28-31. Myers, D. G. (2002, December). How to double the usefulness of hearing aids. Communication Matters (for Michigan Rehabilitation Services), vol 3, issue 3. Myers, D. G. (2003, January/February). Let’s loop America. Audiology Today, p. 11. Myers, D. G. (2003, November/December). The coming world of hearing aid compatible assistive listening. Hearing Loss, pp. 22-26. Myers, D. G. (2003, June). Let them hear. Re formed Worship, p. 45. Myers, D. G. (2003, May/June). Looped communities. Advance for Audiologists, pp. 22-23. Myers, D. G. (2003). Hearing the word: The coming world of hearing aid compatible assistive listening in congregations. Website publication of the National Organization on Disability (http://www.nod.org/content.cfm?id=1472). Myers, D. G. (2004). Essay for Richard Carmen’s Consumer handbook on hearing loss and hearing aids, 2nd edition. Phoenix: Auricle Ink Publishers. Myers, D. G. (2004, July). Hearing the word. Technologies for Worship, pp. 26-29. Myers, D. G. (2005, January). Heard around the world! Hearing aid compatibility and wireless assistive devices. Hearing Review, pp. 22-25, 86. Myers, D. G. (2005, November/December). Good news for people with hearing loss. Saturday Evening Post. Myers, D. G. (2005). New media technology for people with hearing Loss: “Looping” communities so all might here. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Division of Media Psychology Newsletter. Myers, D. G. (2006, May). In a looped America, hearing aids would be twice as valuable. Hearing Journal, pp. 17-23. Myers, D. G. (2006, May). Heard round the world! Hearing aid compatibility and wireless assistive devices (with Norman Lederman). Sound and Communications, pp. 74-81 15

Myers, D. G. (2007, Summer). UK and USA: Worlds apart for people with hearing loss. Hearing Health, pp. 26-30. Myers, D. G. (2007). Assistive listening. In J. Brockman (Ed.), What are you optimistic about? New York: Harper, pp. 316-317. Myers, D. G. (2008, September). We’ve looped West Michigan. Could we loop America? Hearing Loss, pp. 18-21. Myers, D. G. (2008, October). Experts discuss telecoils and the future of hearing aidcompatible assistive devices. Hearing Journal, pp. 40-47.. Myers, D. G. (2008, November/December). Double hearing aid functionality and satisfaction. Advance for Audiologists, pp. 65-69. Myers, D. G. (2009). Telecoils and wireless assistive listening. In R. Carmen (Ed.), A Consumer Handbook on Hearing Loss & Hearing Aids, 3rd edition. Sedona, AZ: Auricle Ink Publishers. Myers, D. G. (2009). Blog essays for the Better Hearing Institute: www.betterhearing.org/blog. Myers, D. G. (2010, January/February). Communication access around the world. Hearing Loss, p. 21. Myers, D. G. (2010, February). Progress toward the looping of America—and doubled hearing aid functionality. Hearing Review, pp. 10-17. Myers, D. G. (2010, May). Let’s loop America’s worship centers. Technologies for Worship, pp. 53-55. Myers, D. G. (2010, Summer). They who have ears to hear, let them hear. Breaking Barriers, p. 1. Myers, D. G., & Sterkens, J. (2010, November). In the loop: Helping the growing population with hearing loss. Sound and Communications, pp. 76-81. Myers, D. G. (2011, March/April). Get in the hearing loop. Audiology Today, p. 14. Myers, D. G. (2011, Spring). By enabling hearing, churches lead. Breaking Barriers, p. 3. Myers, D. G. (2011, October). Harnessing the human factor in hearing assistance. Association for Psychological Science Observer, pp. 11-12. Reprinted in Sertoman, Winter, 2012, pp. 12-13. Myers, D. G. (2011, June 28). Together we say, let’s loop America! Hearing Health and Technology Matters (www.hearinghealthmatters.org). Myers, D. G. (2011, November/December). The hearing loop movement is accelerating. Advance for Hearing Practice Management, p. 34. RELIGIOUS PERIODICALS Myers, D. G. (1977, February 18). Capital punishment. Church Herald, pp. 14-15. 16

Ludwig, T. E., & Myers, D. G. (1979, May 30). How Christians can cope with inflation. Christian Century, pp. 609-613. Ludwig, T. E., & Myers, D. G. (1980, March). Creative coping: Helping your congregation see the light in inflation's gloom. Christian Ministry, pp. 5-8. Myers, D. G., & Shaughnessy, J. (1980, March 21). Getting the message. Church Herald, pp. 14-17. (Reprinted as "Memorable Preaching" in Christian Ministry, January, 1981, pp. 31-34, and in Military Chaplain's Review, Summer, 1981, pp. 9-15.) Myers, D. G. (1980, November 18). Faith and action: A seamless tapestry. Christianity Today, pp. 16-19. Myers, D. G. (1980, November 24). Loving God with our minds. Church Herald, pp. 13-14. Myers, D. G. (1981, January 23). Is God a cosmic vending machine? Church Herald, pp. 10-12. Myers, D. G. (1981, June 12). Christian hope. Church Herald, pp. 3-7. Myers, D. G. (1981, June). The God of scoundrels . . . is a God of power. The Other Side, pp. 42-43. Myers, D. G. (1982, April). The psychology of social evil. The Other Side, pp. 28-30. Myers, D. G. (1982, June 18). Self-serving bias. Evangelical Newsletter, back page. Ludwig, T. E., & Myers, D. G. (1982, December 1). Why inflation hurts: Some psychological and theological perspectives. Currents in Theology and Mission, 9, 157166. Myers, D. G. (1982, December 1). The inflated self. Christian Century, pp. 1226-1230. Myers, D. G. (1983, June). Beware the temptation of pride. Reformed Journal, pp. 3-5. Myers, D. G. (1983, July 15). ESP and the paranormal: Supernatural or super fraud? Christianity Today, pp. 14-17. Myers, D. G., & Ludwig, T. (1984, June). What money can't buy. Partnership, pp. 5254. Myers, D. G. (1987, June/July). The witness of unpretentious lives. The Wittenburg Door, pp. 2-6. Myers, D. G., & Green, C. W. (1987). A social psychology of evangelism. Reformed Review, 41(1), 29-43. Myers, D. G. (1987). Yin and yang in psychological research and Christian belief. Published simultaneously in Britain by Faith and Thought, 13. 33-52 and in the USA by Perspectives in Science and Christian Faith, 39, 128-139. (Reprinted in H. N. Malony, Ed., Psychology of Religion: Personalities, Problems, Possibilities. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1991.) Myers, D. G., & Jeeves, M. A. (1988, February 19). Nice people and evil doers. Church 17

Herald, pp. 11-13. Myers, D. G., & Jeeves, M. A. (1988, April 22). The power of positive thinking. Christianity Today, pp. 26-28. Myers, D. G. (1990, March/April). The pursuit of happiness. Interview in The Door, pp. 16-21. Myers, D. G. (1990, August). This thing called prayer. Church Herald, pp. 8-10. Myers, D. G. (1990, November). Psychology and faith. Perspectives, pp. 4-7. Myers, D. G. (1991). Are we body and soul? A response to James Beck. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 10, 36-38. Myers, D. G. (1991). Steering between the extremes: On being a Christian scholar in psychology. Christian Scholar's Review, 20, 376-383. Myers, D. G. (1992, September). Finding happiness. Church Herald, pp. 32-34. Myers, D. G. (1992, Fall). Older, wiser, and happier? A Better Tomorrow, pp. 88-91. Myers, D. G. (1992, November 23). The pursuit of happiness. Christianity Today, pp. 23-26. Myers, D. G. (1993, May). Let's focus on the family. Perspectives, pp. 3-4. Myers, D. G. (1993, November 22). An attitude of gratitude. The Banner, pp. 14-15. Myers, D. G. (1995). Humility: Theology meets psychology. Reformed Review, 48, 195206. Myers, D. G. (1995). Teaching, texts, and values. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 34, 244-247. Myers, D. G. (1995, February). Linking television and violence. Church Herald, pp. Myers, D. G. (1996). On professing psychological science and Christian faith. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 15, 143-149. Myers, D. G. (1996, November). Crossing the line. Church Herald, pp. 29-32. (Winner of Associated Church Press 1997 Award of Merit) Myers, D. G. (1998). Spirituality and health—Do they relate? Science and Spirit, 9, 30. Myers, D. G. (1999, January/February). The pursuit of happiness. Horizons, pp. 9-11. Myers, D. G. (1999, June). Accepting what cannot be changed. Perspectives, pp. 5-7. Myers, D. G. (2000). Is prayer clinically effective? Reformed Review, 53(2), 95-102. Myers, D. G. (2000). On assessing prayer, faith, and health. Reformed Review, 53(2), 119-126. Myers, D. G. (2000, April 24). Wanting more in an age of plenty. Christianity Today, pp. 94-99. Myers, D. G. (2000, October). Spiritual hunger in an age of plenty. Science of Mind, pp. 25-30. (Excerpted from The American Paradox by arrangement with Yale U. Press.) Myers, D. G. (2002, January). Godliness and goodliness. Research News and Opportu18

nities in Science and Theology, pp. 18, 23. Myers, D. G. (2003, October). Finding contentment in a wealthy world. Church Herald, pp. 23-26. Myers, D. G., & Scanzoni, L. D. (2005, April). Changing sexual orientation? A look at the data. Perspectives, pp. 5-11. Myers, D. G. (2005, September/October). Children of the living God: A reply. Perspectives, pp. 10-12. Myers, D. G. (2006, April). Another Christian perspective on homosexuality and the church. Reformed Review, pp. 139-148. Written and published in 2006 for Autumn, 2005 issue. Available online at http://www.westernsem.edu/index.php/download_file/view/642/ Myers, D. G. (2006, March/April). Happier ever after (interview). Science & Spirit, pp. 60-63. Myers, D. G. (2006, May). Arm-twisting with the Almighty: Prayer experiment yields predicted result. Science and Theology News, pp. 11-12. Myers, D. G. (2008, September 16). Believers can be reasonable. On Faith (newsweek.washingtonpost.com/onfaith/guestvoices). Myers, D. G. (2008, October). Religion is ridiculous? Sightings (from University of Chicago Martin Marty Center.). Myers, D. G. (2009, June). Redeeming psychology with good science. Comment, pp. 2325. Myers, D. G. (2009, August/September). National secularity, individual religiosity, and human flourishing. Perspectives, pp. 10-12. Myers, D. G. (2010, May). There’s a wideness in God’s mercy. Perspectives, pp. 20-22. BOOKS Myers, D. G. (1978). The Human Puzzle: Psychological Research and Christian Belief. New York: Harper & Row. Myers, D. G. (1980). The Inflated Self: Human Illusions and the Biblical Call to Hope. New York: Seabury, 1980 (softcover edition, 1981). Ludwig, T. E., Westphal, M., Klay, R. J., & Myers, D. G. (1981). Inflation, Poortalk, and the Gospel. Valley Forge, PA: Judson Press. Myers, D. G. (1983, 1st ed.; 1987, 2nd ed.; 1990, 3rd ed.; 1993, 4th ed.; 1996, 5th ed.; 1999, 6th ed., 2002, 7th ed.; 2005, 8th ed.; 2008, 9th ed., 2011, ). Social Psychology. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Also published in International, French, Spanish, Polish, Russian, Portuguese, Croation, Italian, Hebrew, Lithuanian, Chinese, and Turkish editions. French edition—Psychologie Sociale, 1992—is adapted and coauthored by Luc Lamarche. Social Psychology: Canadian Edition, 2001 & after,, 19

co-authored by Steven J. Spencer.) Bolt, M., & Myers, D. G. (1983, 1st ed.; 1987, 2nd ed.). Teachers' Resource and Test Manual to Accompany Social Psychology. New York: McGraw-Hill. Bolt, M., & Myers, D. G. (1984). The Human Connection: How People Change People. Downer's Grove, IL: InterVarsity. (Also published in Britain by Hodder/Stoughton, 1985, and in Portugese by Sociedade Religiosa Edicoes Vida Nova of San Paulo.) Myers, D. G. (1986, 1st ed.; 1989, 2nd ed.; 1992, 3rd ed.; 1995, 4th ed.; 1998, 5th ed.; 2001, 6th ed.; 2004, 7th ed.; 2007, 8th ed., 2010, 9th ed., 10th ed., 2013). Psychology. New York: Worth Publishers. (Also published in Spanish, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, French, Polish, Korean, Lithuanian, German, Byelorussian, and Chinese editions.) Also published as Psychology: Myers in Modules (New York: Worth Publishers, edition, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2010) and as Myers’ psychology for AP*. (New York: Worth Publishers, 2011). Myers, D. G., & Jeeves, M. (1987; 2nd ed. 2002). Psychology Through the Eyes of Faith. San Francisco: Harper & Row. (Also published in Britain and Korea by InterVarsity, and in Danish.) Myers, D. G. (1990, 1st ed.; 1993, 2nd ed.; 1996, 3rd ed.; 1999, 4th ed., 2002, 5th ed.; 2005, 6th ed.; 7th ed., 2008, 8th ed., 2011). Exploring Psychology. New York: Worth Publishers. (Also in Portuguese and Korean, with Chinese in press.) Also published as Exploring Psychology, 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th editions: Exploring Psychology in Modules (New York: Worth Publishers). Myers, D. G. (1992). The Pursuit of Happiness: Who Is Happy--and Why. New York: William Morrow. (Distributed in Canada by Macmillan. Also published in the British Commonwealth countries by Harper/Collins under Aquarian imprint, in Greece, and as a USA paperback by Avon Books, 1993. Czech edition, 2006; Korean edition, in press) Myers, D. G. (1994, 1st ed.; 2000, 2nd ed.; 2004; 3rd ed.; 2007, 4th ed., 2009, 5th ed.; 2012, 6th ed.). Exploring Social Psychology. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Also Indonesian, French, Chinese, Spanish, and Russian editions. Canadian edition is coauthored by Steven M. Smith.) Myers, D. G. (2000). The American Paradox: Spiritual Hunger in an Age of Plenty. New Haven: Yale University Press. Korean edition in press. Myers, D. G. (2000). A Quiet World: Living with Hearing Loss. New Haven: Yale University Press. Large print edition: Thorndike Press, Maine. Myers, D. G. (2002). Intuition: Its Powers and Perils. New Haven: Yale University Press. Spanish, Polish, Japanese, Indonesian, Chinese (2 versions, including simple and complex characters), Russian, and Korean editions. 20

Myers, D. G., & Scanzoni, L. D. (2005; 2006 softcover). What God has Joined Together: The Christian Case for Gay Marriage. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco. Myers, D. G. (2007). Psychology: First Canadian edition. New York: Worth Publishers. Myers, D. G. (2008). A Friendly Letter to Skeptics and Atheists: Musings on Why God is Good and Faith isn’t Evil. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Wiley. Korean edition. Myers, D. G. (2009; 2012, 2nd edition). Psychology in Everyday Life. New York: Worth Publishers. Myers, D. G., Abell, J., Kolstad, A., & Sani, F. (2010). Social Psychology: European Edition. Maidenhead, UK: McGraw-Hill.

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